Lawyers of Distinction Welcomes Julie Rendelman, Esq. of New York, New York

Lawyers of Distinction wishes to welcome Julie Rendelman, Esq. of New York, New York as a certified member for 2019! After graduating from Brooklyn Law School, Ms. Rendelman was admitted to the New York State Bar in 1993. That is where she began her legal career as an Assistant District Attorney in Kings County, Brooklyn, where she investigated and prosecuted hundreds of criminal cases and quickly earned a reputation as a tough and tenacious trial attorney. While in the office, Julie was lead counsel in over sixty felony jury trials that involved a wide variety of crimes, from drug offenses to sex crimes to homicides.

Ms. Rendelman quickly rose to the level of Senior Trial Attorney and was eventually promoted to the elite Homicide Bureau where she became the Deputy Bureau Chief. Additionally, while working as a prosecutor, she also taught Criminal Procedure as an Adjunct Law professor at Brooklyn Law School. Julie then opened her own practice, the Law Offices of Julie Rendelman, LLC. Ms. Rendelman’s vast experience as a prosecutor has given her a unique first-hand perspective of how prosecutors develop and investigate their cases, which is key to mounting a strong defense.

Further, Ms. Rendelman has appeared in various newspapers including the New York Times, the New York Law Journal, the New York Post, and the Daily News. She has also appeared on various radio shows and television channels, including NY1, Channel 11 WPIX and ABC. In addition, she is a legal analyst on the Law and Crime Network where she shares her extensive knowledge of the law with the public.

Ms. Rendelman is currently admitted to practice law in all boroughs of New York City as well as the Southern and Eastern District Courts of New York.

Again, congratulations to Julie Rendelman on becoming a certified member of Lawyers of Distinction for 2019!

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